Practice Areas

Ohio Commercial Drivers License OVI/DUI Attorney

If you are a Commercial driver’s license (CDL) holder in the state of Ohio and are convicted of an OVI/DUI, you face far stricter and severe punishments than a typical driver would. You will not only be punished in the same manner that someone without a CDL would be, but your CDL may also be impacted which could end your professional driving career, even if you were not driving your commercial vehicle at the time of the incident. If you are a CDL holder and have been charged with an OVIO/DUI, you must speak with an experienced CDL OVI/DUI attorney right away.

Ohio Pilot's OVI/DUI Attorney

The aviation industry, and specifically the FAA, is extremely intolerant of an OVI/DUI allegation, let alone an OVI/DUI conviction regardless of whether you were on your own time. Should you be convicted of an OVI/DUI, all of the punishments handed down by the court will be reported to the FAA, including the suspension of your driver’s license, which is cause enough for the FAA to ground you.

Civil Litigation

Success in the defense of litigation against watercraft dealerships requires an experienced attorney who is familiar with these types of cases and who understands the complicated nature of the contracts and financial institutions involved in high end boat sales. A.C. VanDenBossche has over a decade of experience representing watercraft dealers in contract, product delivery and financing disputes involving multimillion dollar boats.

Criminal Defense

The criminal defense practice of A.C. VanDenBossche defends clients accused of Operating a Vehicle Impaired (OVI) and clients facing drug charges. We have defended business owners and employees, pilots, CDL drivers and those who travel internationally for business.


Going to court? Don't go unarmed and undefended. Every traffic and every criminal charge can affect your life, career, and freedom. Only a qualified and experienced attorney can fully protect our rights and freedoms. A DUI/OVI conviction carries several serious potential penalties including mandatory jail time, mandatory minimum license suspension, mandatory minimum fines, special license plates and mandatory treatment.